Logitech Mouse Wireless M705

(6 customer reviews)


Last updated on 02:44 Details
  • 910-001950
Number of USB 2.0 Ports




Item model number


Operating System

‎Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger, Windows XP, Windows Vista

Item Weight

‎4.8 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎4.29 x 2.76 x 1.57 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎4.29 x 2.76 x 1.57 inches




‎2 AA batteries required. (included)



Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

‎December 22, 2011

6 reviews for Logitech Mouse Wireless M705

  1. English Bob

    I bought this mouse because the existing one I had was giving me RSI. I’ve always used large desktop mice but this was about the biggest I could find for a reasonable price that wasn’t wired.

    The mouse is reasonably comfortable in use although sometimes feels a little small for my hands. It works accurately and the smooth / geared scroll wheel is a good addition.

    I’ve had the mouse for about 6 months of daily use and it’s starting to creak a bit around the buttons etc.

    It fills a niche for bigger mice as most of the ones you can buy now seem to be “laptop” mice which are small.

  2. Wowbagger

    Reasonably comfortable to use, not the most precise mouse I’ve used but the batteries go on for ever, still on the original set of batteries from purchase 15 months ago.

  3. Blake Lane


  4. WS1995

    I originally bought this mouse after using my Boss’s mouse at work and noting how very nice it was to use, I thought this was the mouse he had, and therefore ordered it. As it transpires the mouse he had was a Logitech MX Anytime mouse. Upon delivery I thought I’d give it a go and to my surprise it was extremely comfortable to use, the nice thumb grip on the left side really does contribute towards the good design.

    Overall really love it, the Back and Forward side buttons I find extra useful when browsing the net.

    Only slight issues with it is that the left and right buttons are a little noisy when clicked and the main scrollwheel (even when using notched mode) still scrolls a little too easily. When not using notched scrollmode and using free scrolling mode the mousewheel spins for a brief period with one quick drag across the scrollwheel (it is a little too loose in my opinion).

    However, the great quality and the good weight to the mouse makes up for these minor issues, it’s a fair weight mouse, it’s not like some cheap mouse that you can slide across the desk with little effort, it feels like a proper quality product.

    It gets 4 stars from me, sort the scrollwheel issue, and it’s a 5 star mouse.

  5. Robert

    I have at least 6 of these mice (for different computers) and they work well. This model is very slightly smaller than my previous favourite MX620, which I can no longer buy, but is fine for size if you, like me, prefer larger mice. I use a mouse for much of my daily life and find smaller mice cause muscle discomfort after long periods of use. I use them on both Mac and PC computers, desk and laptops. They install easily. I have added Logitech’s management software which allows for more customisation. I have used this software to tweek my use, such as voiding the microswitch under the left thumb which I seemed to accidentally trigger sometimes (and didn’t need anyway): but this is purely the way I use my mouse. Others may find this switch handy. The mouse uses 2 standard AA batteries. I use the Duracell disposable kind and they seem to last for ages, even when I forget to switch of the device at the end of the day. I am very happy to recommend.

  6. Stretch

    I have slightly larger than average hands and I’d been working for years with a Logitech MX518 wired mouse, which was a little small for me, but I managed. This Marathon M705 is smaller than my previous mouse and is nowhere near as ergonomic. I have to operate the scroll wheel around the lower knuckle of my index finger if my hand is placed comfortably on the mouse – this isn’t really practical. The alternative is to keep the index finger bent – which is not comfortable for long periods of time.
    The design is OK, the scroll wheel clicks looser than my previous device, but it’s no big deal. If you have small hands then this is a good device. I wouldn’t recommend it for large hands. Possibly not for medium hands either.

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